41 CFR 301-53.6 - Is a denied boarding benefit considered a promotional item for which I may retain compensation received from an airline whether voluntary or involuntary?

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§ 301-53.6 Is a denied boarding benefit considered a promotional item for which I may retain compensation received from an airline whether voluntary or involuntary?
A denied boarding benefit (e.g., cash, free ticket coupon) is not a promotional item given by an airline. See the provisions of § 301-10.116 of this chapter when an airline denies you a seat (involuntary) and § 301-10.117 of this chapter when you vacate your seat (voluntary).

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